Sites were you can download music for free is far from a new idea, but at least TuneFlow is taking a novel approach with its support of indie music.
TuneFlow's "Music to the Ears: Tune Tournament" lets us (we the people) decide the best new songs on its web site.
Better yet (mostly), all tournament songs are available for free downloading. The songs are already in iPod-ready MP3 format, and there's no DRM.
The TuneFlow tournament challenges artists to create and record new songs based on four titles chosen by TuneFlow. After the titles are announced, artists have just one month to write, record and submit their entries. The public then rates the songs submitted, and the artists with the highest average ratings win cash, prizes and recognition.
Check it out at www.tuneflow.com.